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  • Summer Camp Program

    hundred eighty days with one goal in mind, summer vacation. Summer vacation is a time for students to escape school and have fun. With this in mind parents often worry about their children being stuck at home. Most parents must also find a childcare facility for when he or she is at work. It is a challenging tasks entrusting your children to a place where strangers are awaiting to watch them. Luckily for the majority of parents living in the district of Flagler County this is no longer an issue. Flagler County runs their own summer camp program, which is run by Flagler Education and Adult…

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  • Summer Camp Experiment

    Participants were selected through P.S. 97 third grade students who are currently attending to the summer camp program. Initially, 41 participants participated in this study, including 20 boys, 20 girls, and 1 female teacher. The consent forms of this experiment were signed by the 40 third grade students’ parents or guardians. Two classroom setting existed: The first group of students received direct-instruction teaching on Day 1’s English Language Art lesson and the second group students…

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  • Narrative Essay On Summer Camp

    Scary summer camp The summer of 2015 was the scariest summer I ever had. School was out so I decided to embark on a much anticipated camping trip with my friends Melvin, Tom, Danny, Tasha, and Brenda .We stayed up for hours planning, preparing. July 20th finally arrived we jumped in my car and drove the five miles to River rock mountain. On arrival we speedily got out of the car in awe. The sweet music of the birds bombarded us everywhere we turned. We felt the soft fresh breeze on our faces, we…

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  • Recreational Therapy Case Study

    hiking, paddle-boarding, dancing, skiing, camps and several different outdoor adventure trips. The participants are also heavily involved in the Special Olympics like volleyball, flag football, bowling, gymnastics and several other sports. The adaptive programs that are available for this population are…

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  • Case Study: Marketing Challenge

    Marketing Challenge This report discusses the situation faced by Josh Howard as at October 2012 in regards to the 2013 Toronto’s Intercamp Classic Annual Charity event. The marketing challenge is to raise 25% more money during the 2013 event than the $125,000 raised in 2012 and amounts to a donation goal of $156,250. The 2013 event is in support of the Kids in Camps charity which aims to send underprivileged kids to summer camp. It is scheduled for May 5, 2013 and the kickoff campaign launches…

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  • The Importance Of Relationship In Education

    mile from home, they’ve tried to see him as little as possible so that he still feels like he is someplace new where he has to be independent. This is usually a very healthy balance for a child-parent relationship. The child knows that their parent cares and supports them, but doesn’t have to feel their parent’s hovering presence, making it difficult to operate on their own. One viable way to evaluate where parents fall in the range from most to least involved is whether or not they send their…

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  • Intercamp Classic Case Study

    industry, at 24, he has few that are outside his own age bracket. With him working full-time at his family’s summer camp and the kickoff campaign beginning in two months, Howard faces time constraints in organising and executing the plans for the 2013 Classic. The combined limitations on human resource make expanding into an older market segment difficult. Industry Analysis The trend of the increasing emphasis for businesses to be socially responsible presents an opportunity for corporate…

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  • Narrative Essay About The Summer Camp

    Ever since I was eight, I would travel to an all girls camp, during the summer, called “The Summer Camp”. The trip was an 8 hour death ride from Manhattan, New York City to Washington, Maine. The first time I arrived, I hated it, because campers could not obtain electronic devices, as mentioned before, Maine was far from my home, and lastly, my comfort zone was an urban, fast pace city, not the woods. Additionally, the camp had schedules to follow. Breakfast started at 8 am and ended at 9:30 am,…

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  • Ulysses And The Sirens Poem Analysis

    Throughout the years Greek Mythology has influenced art and literature. It was created to teach people using stories about their gods. For example, the myth of the Sirens from The Odyssey teaches us to use logic to resist temptation and move forward with our lives. Ulysses, Latin for Odysseus, and his men are sailing back to their home Ithaca, when the stumble upon Sirens. They must stay strong and resist temptation so they can continue their journey. In the painting, Ulysses and The Sirens,…

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  • My Experience At A Basketball Summer Youth Camp

    My choose of experience that I chose was working at a basketball summer youth camp that served children who were between the ages of 7-14. I ultimately decided to choose this experience because it was a sense of returning back to my community and helping those who enjoy engaging in physical activities. It also let me build relationships with children that I will help me in my future professional goals. Also, I think it has helped me prepare for my current job. This experience connects with my…

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